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Challenges associated with the replacement of IBOR benchmark interest rates

Benchmark interest rates are an essential part of financial markets. These interest rates are used for numerous financial products, such as bonds, loans and derivatives, and in the construction of discount curves. This has applications in fair value calculations, hedge strategies, sensitivity analysis, treasury and risk management systems, and much more.

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Zanders Model Risk Framework

As automation and digitalization are adopted more widely in the financial industry, the number of financial models used is also steadily growing. As a result, an institution’s success or failure depends increasingly on the accuracy and reliability of those models.

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New Swiss standard on interest-rate risk in the banking book (IRRBB)

One of the most fundamental drivers for a retail bank’s net interest income is inherent in the bank’s balance sheet structure and is related to the fact that assets and liabilities do not have similar maturities.

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Scenario Thinking and Complexity

In close cooperation with Zanders, GloComNet presents the current issues around the topic complexity in a series of six live webcasts.

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Zanders IRRBB Quick Scan

In April 2016, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) issued the final standard on Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB). In this standard, which will be the basis for new EBA guidelines, the BCBS recognizes that IRRBB is best captured in Pillar II due to the heterogeneous nature of IRRBB among banks.

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